Planning - Plan a photo shoot

Modified on Fri, 03 May 2024 at 02:09 PM

This support article will help you understand how to plan a product shoot using ProStudio for workflow. This article includes a step-by-step guide with activities necessary to perform.


In ProStudio Workflow, the Work Order is the central planning tool, this is where you define what to shoot, when to do it, who should be involved, when to do it and in what bay it should be done

Pre requisites

The system has to be configured with all the relevant fields and statuses to work properly, these fields and statuses are defined when setting ut the system for the first time. It is also necessary to define all the required style guides before planning a photo shoot. If you work with Models you must have the model defined in order to select a model when creating a Work Order. It is also good to define the different studios, or bays, that exist at your different locations. For more information on how to configure and set up all the pre-requisites, please see:

  • System configuration
  • Adding "Style Guide"
  • Adding "Models"
  • Adding "Studios"


Planning in ProStudio for workflow is done in four different steps:

  1. Create Work Order
  2. Add Products to Work Order
  3. Add Stye Guide to products

In Addition to this it is also possible to add some optional steps depending on your workflow, such as:

  1. Add Models
  2. Add related products

Once you created work orders you will see them displayed in a list view and depending on your configuration you will see more or less columns. The minimum nr of columns that will be available are:

  • Status
  • Project
  • Description
  • Products
  • Photo (Views)
  • Post (Assets)
  • Studio

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